The Inn At Death Valley
The Inn at Death Valley
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The Inn at Death Valley


The Pacific Coast Borax Corporation of Twenty Mule Team renown constructed Furnace Creek Inn in 1927 as a way to preserve their recently constructed Death Valley Railroad. It is currently known as The Inn at Death Valley. Albert C. Martin, a well-known architect in Los Angeles, and Daniel Hull, a landscape architect, created the design for the Inn. The Inn at Death Valley, a AAA Four Diamond resort, is still a chic retreat today, 90 years after it first opened.
Guests at this oasis in the desert can enjoy fine dining in one of the most remote locations in the world, unwind at the spring-fed pool, stroll through magnificent palm gardens, spend a peaceful evening on the terraces admiring one of the most famous night skies in the world, or play golf on the lowest golf course in the world during its open season, which runs from mid-October to mid-May.

Venue Location + Transportation


Highway 190,
PO Box 187,
Death Valley, California 92328